After a long and agonising wait as the borders remained closed to the world, Australia’s reopening on February 21st is a shining light at the end of the tunnel! Ready to welcome fully vaccinated tourists with open arms, this naturally diverse destination has laid dormant for 2 years, home to some of the most stunning luxury lodges of the world.
Whether it’s your first touchdown or a return to your favorite properties, start booking your arrival to their pristine shores, ancient rainforests, tropical oases, and red-rust dunes. With sweet sunlight on your face as the smell of jasmine and gardenias waft through the air, salivate over fresh produce from farmers’ markets, gaze out onto endless horizons, and let the wilderness and kindness of its people transform your state of mind.
Great Barrier Reef
An hour’s flight by seaplane from Cairns, the scintillating shades of blues must be seen to be believed on this secluded island, recognised as both a national and marine park. Adventure awaits on land and underwater, encouraging nature immersion to its fullest.
From beachfront suites, to panoramic ocean views at The Pavilion, or the ultimate indulgence of The Villa’s private infinity pool, Lizard Island’s elegant and serene design is a breath of fresh air that will leave you pampered and rejuvenated.
Paying homage to ancient Indigenous history of the Anangu people and outback wilderness of Australia’s Red Centre, Uluru’s formation has been 550 million years in the making!
Surrounding the spiritual and cultural heart of this attraction, and forging community connections such as artists in residence, Longitude 131 is an incredible architectural feat that blends canopied luxury tents with lush open-air decks; watch the light change before your eyes and choose to sleep under the stars.
Boasting sweeping views of the Sydney harbour and Opera House, the contemporary interiors with private balconies will leave you spoiled and speechless. With a rooftop swimming pool, premium event spaces and impeccable service, this is a superb base from which to explore Australia’s oldest city.
Mount Lofty House
Oenophiles and gastronomes escaping to Adelaide Hills in the South will fall in love with surrounding boutique wineries and a 3 Chef Hat Verandah in-house restaurant. This stunning manor built in 1852 was renowned for infamous parties of the elite, whose visionary Arthur Hardy also laid foundations of the Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens just next door.
Nestled in the curve of Tasmania’s protected Freycinet Peninsula overlooking pink-hued Hazards mountains, time spent here stays with you for a lifetime. They have a plethora of experiences, ranging from visiting a marine oyster farm, birdwatching, learning about iconic Tasmanian devils, hiking to Wineglass Bay, beekeeping, flyfishing, and cruising glistening bays.
Ignite your travel desires down under and turn your dreams into an epic itinerary with us. Taking care of all the requirements before, during, and after your journey, all you have to do is arrive…
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